"Zagrabia" meaning in All languages combined

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Proper name [Latin]

IPA: /zaˈɡra.bi.a/ [Classical], [d̪͡z̪äˈɡräbiä] [Classical], /d͡zaˈɡra.bi.a/ [Ecclesiastical], [d̪͡z̪äˈɡräːbiä] [Ecclesiastical]
Etymology: From Serbo-Croatian Zagreb. Etymology templates: {{bor|la|sh|Zagreb}} Serbo-Croatian Zagreb Head templates: {{la-proper noun|Zagrabia<1.loc>}} Zagrabia f sg (genitive Zagrabiae); first declension Inflection templates: {{la-ndecl|Zagrabia<1.loc>}} Forms: Zagrabiae [genitive], [table-tags], Zagrabia [nominative, singular], Zagrabiae [genitive, singular], Zagrabiae [dative, singular], Zagrabiam [accusative, singular], Zagrabiā [ablative, singular], Zagrabia [singular, vocative], Zagrabiae [locative, singular]
  1. Zagreb, capital of Croatia Tags: declension-1, feminine, singular
    Sense id: Zagrabia-la-name-f4HcBG7m Categories (other): Latin feminine nouns in the first declension, Latin singularia tantum

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